French history and F Guide - Resources and Review

Set of links to resources providing introductory material about the French Revolution, more in
depth information such as a lecture on the Revolution's origins, and a selection of French language pages on the topic.
Educational project providing teaching and learning material relating to Napoleon Bonaparte. Articles, reference documents, and a discussion forum address issues such as his youth, leadership style, responsibility for the Napoleonic wars, and his death, the reason for which is still subject to debate. Also answers FAQs about Napoleon's height and possible reasons for his traditional depiction with his hand placed inside his coat.
Provides a detailed timeline of the French revolution, an extensive glossary of terms, a bibliography, and a scholarly essay on 'The People and the French Revolution'.
Examples of prehistoric cave paintings at Lascaux, France, viewable using the mouse as a flashlight. Provides information about the discovery of the cave art work in 1940, its deterioration in 1955, and the subsequent closure of the cave in 1963. Also includes details of painting and engraving techniques, dating methods, and information necessary to plan a visit to Lascaux. Available in English, French, German and Spanish.
Set of resources tracing the historical, social, and cultural heritage of the first two centuries of Canadian history. The French exploration of North America is illustrated by various collections, information about explorers such as Jacques Cartier, Louis Jolliet, and Charles Albanel, and exhibitions depicting the Painted Furniture of French Canada (1700
1840) and Life in Canada at the Time of Champlain. Available in French and English.
Offers original articles and features about French culture, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources compiled by a subject specialist, a subject
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include architecture, art, business and industry, culture and tradition, education, food, history, literature, music, news and media, philosophy, politics and government, regions of France, travel and wine.
Index of resources on the history of France, covering the Middle Ages and Renaissance, the 17th and 18th centuries, the Revolution, First Empire, and the modern day.
Presents the text of rare or previously unpublished material of Napoleonic interest, including working documents from the French Conseil d'Etat (1800
1814), and letters from Napoleon I to Bigot de Préameneu. The resource is keyword searchable.
Offers details of the palace's location, people such as Louis XIV, Napoleon I, and Charles de Gaulle, life at the Court, and masterpieces on display at Versailles including paintings, sculptures, and furniture. Also provides visitor information along with an online ticket ordering service. Available in English, French, and Spanish.
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